a large Eurasian stork, Ciconia ciconia, having white plumage with black in the wings and a red bill.
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A common white stork hasn't half the solid gravity of an adjutant or a marabou.
Among the other waders are a snow-white heron, another ash-coloured, and a large white stork.The Western World | W.H.G. Kingston
There was a white stork holding his red nose against his bosom, as if to warm it.Prudy Keeping House | Sophie May
This species is nearly as large as the white stork, and is of the same form, but its limbs are weaker and more delicate.The Natural History of Cage Birds | J. M. Bechstein
It was a white stork with a red bill and plenty of stork's neck, but short legs.Tales of the Chesapeake | George Alfred Townsend